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I am not missing, Obasanjo’s son replies mother

One of the sons of former President Olusegun Obasanjo, Olujonwo has described as ‘ridiculous’ remarks made last week by his mother Ms. Taiwo Martins that…

One of the sons of former President Olusegun Obasanjo, Olujonwo has described as ‘ridiculous’ remarks made last week by his mother Ms. Taiwo Martins that he was missing and should be searched for by the police.

Olujonwo, in a statement dated February 7 and made available to newsmen yesterday, wondered how he could be looked for by the police at his age.

“At my age of over 34 years, it is ridiculous to extreme that my mother would ask the police to look for me. I am well, alive and kicking and the police need not look for me. For peace in my life, I have decided to keep away from my mother for now. She should not make me part of her seeking media attention.

“My siblings and others in my family, who care about me without negative influence and abhorrent action, know my whereabouts and we keep interacting and communicating. My father, who has supported me and my decisions in every aspect of my life, has been in constant communication with me and he is aware that I am hale and hearty. This is my personal and deliberate decision,” Olujonwo said in the statement.

On his marriage, the young Obasanjo emphasized that he is old enough to marry and manage his marriage, “including deciding what to do with it, if the need ever arises. I don’t want crocodile tears nor undue publicity from anybody,” he said.

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